“Mayworks Windsor 2012”, Interview with Paul Chislett, Alana Bartol, Collette Broeders and Rita Haase

From Left to Right, Rita Haase, Collette Broeders, Alana Bartol

CJAM Interview (from left to right, Rita Haase, Collette Broeders, Alana Bartol)

To listen to CJAM, “The Shake Up” interview by Paul Chislett with Alana Bartol, Collette Broeders and Rita Haase about community engaged art, visit CJAM Shakeup Blog

About Mayworks:
For MayWorks 2012, Windsor Ontario’s labour and arts communities join with other cities across Canada to present our third annual MayWorks festival in Windsor, celebrating Labour, Arts and Community. Artists, workers, and students have met over many months to organize a collection of exhibitions, projects, events, a rally and a parade, to celebrate our creativity as a community, our dedication to the values of workers’ solidarity, social justice and human rights.

The various activities will highlight our support for our city and our history of solidarity, concern for social justice and our tradition of labour arts. 2012 will mark our third annual MayWorks celebrations and follows in the ten year tradition of past Artcite/ University of Windsor Labour Studies program Labour Arts Festivals that took place during February from 2002 on.

For further information on Mayworks Windsor 2012, please visit Artcite, Inc.

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